As NSW continues to get hammered by COVID and related restrictions, the good folks over at Dashville remain steadfast in their quest to bring you darn good live music experiences.
To that end, Dashville HQ, this week, dropped a formidable second line-up announcement for everyone’s favourite cosmic country weekender Dashville Skyline.
With a lineup already boasting the likes of The Black Sorrows, William Crighton, and Ice Cream Hands among its ranks, this second announcement features an extra 17 artists, making sure that you’ll be spoiled for choice for the duration of the Labour Day long weekend.
Without further ado, these are the second crop of bands whose sweet sounds will adorn your ears at Skyline 2021.
Dashville Skyline Second Artist Announcement
The Murlocs / Frank Yamma / Lachlan Bryan & The Wildes / Claire Anne Taylor / Eagle And The Wolf / Georgia State Line / Ben Leece & Left Of The Dial / Sue Ray/Jeb Cardwell & The Dream Deal / Amends / The Long Johns / Jesse Redwing / Michael Carpenter and the Banks Brothers / Doc Halibut / Huckleberry and the Conadilly St Band / Katie Bates
Rolling out over Friday 1, Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 October, the three-day camping festival is a celebration of classic songwriting and the great folk and country artists from the ’60s and ’70s that continue to inspire modern generations of music purists and enthusiasts alike.
It’s a weekend escape full of amazing live music, myriad artistic collaborations, loads of family activities, markets, workshops, antique car and instrument displays, great Americana inspired food and laid-back old-school country-inspired camping amongst the pristine bushland of the beautiful Hunter Valley.
And all of our fingers and toes are crossed that this one goes ahead!
Dashville Skyline is on from Friday 1 October to Sunday 3 October 2021. Head here for more information and tickets.
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